Anti-government protester cleans a sreet during a rally outside the Interior Ministry in Bangkok February 10, 2014. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom
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A policeman's wife was shot dead and then set on fire in front of terrified shoppers at a busy market in Thailand's violence-ridden deep south, officials said Monday, in an apparent revenge attack.A local police officer said a note left at the scene indicated the attack was in revenge for the deaths last week of three Muslim brothers -- aged three, five and nine.Insurgents blame Thai authorities for the boys' murder -- although there has been no official evidence to back up the claim.There have been more than 40 killings since the start of the year across three southern provinces.
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